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Panel Maps Improvement Plan

Updated: 06/11/2004 - After a week of surveying, a group of development experts with the Urban Land Institute have come up with a plan on how to best revitalize downtown Meridian.

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Soldier Prepares to Deploy Again

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Many national guardsmen and reservists from Mississippi and Alabama are currently on active duty, including one of WTOK-TV's own.

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McGrevey: "Getting Together"

Updated: 06/11/2004 - The new president of the Montgomery Institute said east Mississippi needs to make some changes.

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Child Injured in Shooting

Updated: 06/11/2004 - The Sumter County Sheriff's Department is investigating the shooting of a six-year-old child Wednesday.

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MPD Investigates Shooting

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Meridian Police have identified the people involved in a fatal triple shooting Thursday.

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Educators Go to School

Updated: 06/10/2004 - In an effort to strengthen the relationship between area schools and the media, MSU Meridian is conducting a public relations seminar for school administrators.

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State Probes Complaints

Updated: 06/10/2004 - The Mississippi Public Service Commission has gotten more than 1,400 complaints in the year since the state no-call list was created.

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Regional Concept Touted

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Economic development efforts in Lauderdale County have been criticized by cong. Chip Pickering and local leaders are making no excuses.

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Update on Speaker's Condition

Updated: 06/10/2004 - A fellow lawmaker said Thursday that House Speaker Billy McCoy was awake and talking to family members.

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Siegelman Arraigned

Updated: 06/10/2004 - Former Alabama governor, Don Siegelman, and two others charged with alleged bid-rigging, pleaded not guilty in federal court.

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MPD Warns Property Owners

Updated: 06/09/2004 - The Meridian Police Department has seen an increase of both residential and auto burglaries recently.

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Beer, Wine Debate

Updated: 06/09/2004 - Several local restaurants in Philadelphia want to be able to serve beer and wine. The Board of Alderman has yet to act on a petition that was submitted four months ago.

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Hospital to Expand

Updated: 06/09/2004 - Final plans to expand Neshoba County General Hospital are in the works. Officials say the expansion is vital to the hospital's services.

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Medicaid Positives Overlooked?

Updated: 06/09/2004 - Mississippi's Medicaid director said Wednesday that positive changes in the program are being overlooked.

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McCoy, Capps Remain in Hospital

Updated: 06/09/2004 - The speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives is hospitalized in serious condition. Another member of the House is also ill.

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Governor Touts Tort Reform

Updated: 06/09/2004 - Gov. Haley Barbour is touting Mississippi's new lawsuit limits during stops in Washington and New York.

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Special Session Over, Really

Updated: 06/08/2004 - The Mississippi House of Representatives adjourned the special session Tuesday shortly after the state Supreme Court overturned a Hinds County judge's order that kept them in session.

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Riley Honors Reagan

Updated: 06/08/2004 - Gov. Bob Riley has proclaimed Friday a ”Day of Remembrance” in Alabama for former President Ronald Reagan.

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UWA Has New Chairman

Updated: 06/08/2004 - University of West Alabama trustees elected a new chairman, a move designed to help lift the school off academic probation.

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ROVER Stresses Seat Belts

Updated: 06/08/2004 - Students at "College for Kids", hosted by Meridian Community College, learned a valuable lesson for the future.

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EMCC Promotes from Within

Updated: 06/08/2004 - The board of East Mississippi Community College in Scooba has named its new president and plans a celebration sendoff for its retiring president.

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Preparing for Possible Threats

Updated: 06/08/2004 - Mayors from around south Mississippi gathered in Meridian Tuesday to discuss terrorism and weapons of mass destruction.

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Cancer Treatment

Updated: 06/09/2004 - In the past, cancer was thought to be a death sentence. However, over the years things have changed.

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Pickering Addresses COG

Updated: 06/07/2004 - Third district Cong. Chip Pickering brought a message of unity to Lauderdale County's leaders.

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Insect Spray Debated

Updated: 06/07/2004 - Ever since West Nile virus made its appearance in our state, Lauderdale County has been spraying to kill mosquitoes, but now it has raised concerns.

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